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[alac] WHOIS "progress"

  • To: alac@xxxxxxxxx
  • Subject: [alac] WHOIS "progress"
  • From: Thomas Roessler <roessler@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2003 13:00:53 +0100

FYI.  Some chaos may be ahead on the Task Force, it seems.
Thomas Roessler                        <roessler@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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  • To: <Bruce.Tonkin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Subject: [council] Privacy report
  • From: "Milton Mueller" <mueller@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2003 21:51:41 -0500
Dear Bruce:
As promised, attached is the report on Privacy prepared by the 
Noncommercial constituency representative. The report calls for
the creation of a new Task Force to consider privacy issues,
noting that the WHOIS Task Force has failed to submit an
adequate privacy issues report by the March 11 deadline.

Milton Mueller

Attachment: PrivacyIssuesReport.pdf
Description: Adobe PDF document

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  • To: "NC-WHOIS (E-mail)" <nc-whois@xxxxxxxx>
  • Subject: [nc-whois] as promised, my draft for the Issues Report
  • From: "Cade,Marilyn S - LGCRP" <mcade@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2003 22:57:21 -0500
Dear Task Force members, as promised in my email of last night, I have drafted 
a separate Issue Report on Privacy [sorry, I described it as section 4, it was 
after all section 5, but none of you seemed to notice my error]. You will see 
that it can be an insert into the broader document, but it needs to stand alone 
for contribution on 3/11, in order to meet the deadline for getting on the 
Council Agenda. 

As we all know, the Task Force has been working on a broader document, which 
I've described in the issues report as a background document. 

Again, the Deadline to submit to the Council is 3/11, in order to make the 14 
day deadline. We have three Issues Reports which are under development. Steve 
has provided a final draft for his commitment to  the TF.  Given other 
considerations, I have prepared a document based on all our discussions, and 
contributions, which identifies the issues and possible policy actions, for 
consideration by the Council and for review tomorrow on our call. 

I know that this has been a challenging process, since we are so diverse in our 
views; however, this is a Task Force which has operated with trust and openness 
with each other;  when we disagree, we say so. Each of you has disagreements 
from time to time; you have still worked collaboratively and positively with 
each other, and have met your commitments to the Task force so that the Task 
Force can meet its commitments. 

This has meant that we can struggle through vast differences of views and 
concerns in the best interests of our collaborative work. 

I have done my best to try to ensure that the Issues Report draft reflects the 
variety of views without judgment, and to try to incorporate the disparity of 
perspective, with respect for each of your concerns. I may not have captured 
them quite as well as you would have.  Tomorrow's call will be focused on 
discussing the attached Issues Report and Steve's draft. 

We must remember that the Task Force will be making its final report in Rio, 
and recommending to the Council further work, by some body, other than this 
Task Force. I greatly respect and acknowledge the work which you have done, 
separately, and as a group, throughout the time Antonio and I have been able to 
serve as your co-chairs. We have only a few weeks of working together in this 
body left. 

202-255-7348c <<WHOIS ISSUES PAPER on Privacy.doc>> 

 <<WHOIS ISSUES PAPER on Privacy.doc>> 

Attachment: WHOIS ISSUES PAPER on Privacy.doc
Description: WHOIS ISSUES PAPER on Privacy.doc

Attachment: WHOIS ISSUES PAPER on Privacy.doc
Description: WHOIS ISSUES PAPER on Privacy.doc

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